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Daytime Programming

Requirements for membership in the Daytime Programming Peer Group

Please note that any requirements for credits, number of programs, number of hours or days, or percentages of time spent (as outlined below) are requirements which must have been met within the four years preceding one's application for membership; also, such requirements apply in each instance to the production or distribution of audio visual works for national exhibition.

Active Status:

Primary professional function in the area of Daytime Programming for a minimum of two (2) years in one or more of the following areas or in one of the classifications covered by the other peer groups.

  • ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
  • ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
  • CONTESTANT COORDINATOR
  • DIRECTOR
  • EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE OF PRODUCTION
  • LICENSE AND CLEARANCES
  • MARKETING & PUBLICISTS
  • PERFORMER
  • PRODUCER
  • PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE
  • PRODUCTION CO-COORDINATOR
  • PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
  • SCRIPT SUPERVISOR
  • STUDIO MANAGERS
  • TALENT EXECUTIVE
  • TELEVISION EXECUTIVE
  • WRITER

or

A significant body of work to be determined by the Peer Group Executive Committee.

Associate Status:

Associate membership will extend to any person who is working in a position which would normally qualify for Active membership, but who has not yet compiled sufficient time or credits required for Active membership
or

Works as an assistant or department manager directly under the supervision of a person eligible for Daytime Active membership
or

Works in a major creative or administrative position in a technical or engineering field that directly contributes to the arts and sciences of Daytime telecommunications for national exhibition.

 

Board of Governors Daytime Programming Representatives

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